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Grand Forks County approves updates to systems, softwares, building

The Grand Forks County Commissioners approved six projects Tuesday to improve county buildings and systems in 2016. The projects approved were: $55,000 for the electronic medical records system at the correctional center; $20,000 to upgrade email...

The Grand Forks County Commissioners approved six projects Tuesday to improve county buildings and systems in 2016.

The projects approved were: $55,000 for the electronic medical records system at the correctional center; $20,000 to upgrade email server software; $35,263 for additional non-corrections cameras; $40,405 for appraisal software; $50,000 to "architectural fees/drawings" for the correctional center and $50,554 to replace the tile on the first floor of the Grand Forks County Office Building.

The total cost of the six projects is $251,222. The county's capital improvements department has a budget of $800,000 for 2016.

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